Our comprehensive Landlord Insurance product has been designed to specifically meet the needs of a residential let property owner:
This policy is available for all types of tenants (including students) living in flats, bed-sits, shared accommodation and halls of residence, for most types of properties of all sizes throughout the UK. It covers loss or damage as a result of all standard perils including:
- Fire, Smoke, Explosion, Lightning, Earthquake
- Storm or Flood
- Theft or Attempted Theft consequent upon violent and forcible entry
- Escape of Water
- Malicious Damage consequent upon violent and forcible entry
- Riots or Civil Commotion
- Collision, Falling Trees or Branches
- Breakage of Lamp-posts, TV aerials or Masts
For a free quote and instant cover if required,
please contact customer services on
For a free quote and instant
cover if required, please contact
customer services on
0800 2944 546
We hope you are completely delighted with your policy; however if you decide you do wish to
or City Landlord, The Business Exchange, 26/28 Hammersmith Grove, London, W6 7BA.
You have 14 days from the start of your policy, or from the day you receive your documents, to decide if this product meets your needs. If you choose to cancel this policy within this period, and no claim has been made, we will refund the policy, charging you only for time on cover.
Cancellations made after 14 days of the start date will be subject to cancellation fee of up to £35. We will also retain a pro-rata premium for time on cover. For instance, if you paid £200 for a policy and cancelled this half-way you will be entitled to a refund of £100 for the unexpired portion of the policy less the cancellation fee of £35 (total refund in this instance would be £65). Please note any administration fees charged for policy set up are non-refundable if cancelled after the 14 days cooling off period.
However on certain policies, such as Legal Expenses & Rent Guarantee Insurance, there is no refund payable after the 14 days and no cancellation fee will be charged. Where this is applicable it would be highlighted on your policy wording.